Poetry of Place (Private View)

THE POETRY OF PLACE exhibition, 17 August – 16 September brings together UK and Japanese artists working in print. Curated by the Wyllie O Hagan team and Rebecca Marcus-Monks at the Koppel Project, Baker Street, it focuses on the theme of place and presents different approaches to capturing the essence of environment. The curators felt inspired by the idea of an international exhibition with Japanese artist Masato Nagai coordinating the overseas contributors. (Title photo: curators and artists gather next to Nagai’s ‘Birth of the Wasteland – Works after Fukushima.)

Co-curator Denise Wyllie stands next to her Trees and Long Shadows – Enfield, 2016

left to right – A Time to Love (Margaret Ashman), The Margin of a Story (Katsutoshi Yuasa), Sangenes Song (Katsutoshi Yuasa)




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